5 regional film festivals have joined forces to present an exciting roster of both new & classic horror: here’s what we’re most excited about.
Travis Stevens’ funny & creepy haunted house movie pits toxic masculinity against vengeful female ghosts.
Hell hath no fury like a feral woman scorned in Adolfo Alix Jr.’s beautiful but baffling revenge horror film.
The precursor to “Dracula” gets a sumptuous if not entirely faithful film adaptation.
Alice Furtado’s obsessive teen romance-horror is long on atmosphere, and lean on everything else.
Johannes Nyholm’s surreal horror endurance test traps a grieving couple in a nightmarish version of “Groundhog Day.”
Adam Egypt Mortimer’s bleak second feature depicts mental illness as an supernatural battle for one’s soul.
Emma Tammi’s directorial debut stumbles a bit in its supernatural aspects, but the horror Western has plenty of creepy atmosphere to spare.
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